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What will fix the VA's infrastructure?

What will fix the VA's infrastructure?

05/24/14 05:08PM

Former employee of the Department of Veterans Affairs Brian McGough and former Congressman and host of MSNBC’s Taking the Hill Patrick Murphy talk about the recent calls for Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign and their personal experiences with the VA. watch

The legacy of 'Rosie the Riveter'

The legacy of 'Rosie the Riveter'

05/24/14 04:43PM

Founder of “Thanks! Plain and Simple” Anne Montague talks about the legacy of “Rosie the Riveter” and why she is starting the “Rosie the Riveter” movement in West Virginia. watch

Is the tea party dead?

Is the tea party dead?

05/24/14 04:37PM

Viviana Hurtado, Rebecca Sinderbrand and Peter Suderman of the Brain Trust panel answer Craig Melvin’s question, “Is the tea party dead?” watch

Shon DeArmon, right, puts his arm around his partner James Porter while holding a flag outside the Pulaski County Courthouse in Little Rock, Ark., May 12, 2014.

With Congress stalled, LGBT activists go local

05/24/14 11:09AM

With a recent spate of victories in courts of law, gay rights activists are looking to increase victories in the court of public opinion and they’re making dents in solidly red states. On Tuesday, the City Council in Topeka, Kansas, narrowly approved two LGBT anti-discrimination bills. read more

California schools use blended learning to teach students

In surprise, California city rejects tough anti-bullying ordinance

05/21/14 01:08PM

In a surprise vote, the City Council of Carson, California, rejected an ordinance aimed at making the Los Angeles suburb a bully-free city. The measure would have been the nation’s toughest piece of anti-bulling legislation, but was soundly defeated Tuesday night after sailing through a vote earlier this month. read more

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